Celcom Axiata and DiGi Telecommunications extend network sharing deal

21 Jan 2014

Malaysian mobile network operators Celcom Axiata and DiGi Telecommunications have extended the duration of the infrastructure sharing deal that the pair initially inked in January 2011. In a statement to the Bursa Malaysia the two parties confirmed that, with the initial deal having expired on 17 January 2014, the partnership will now run for a further three years, starting 18 January 2014. In announcing the development the companies noted: ‘During its tenure, the intention of the network collaboration agreement (NCA) has been successfully implemented in phases and both parties have been able to realise the opportunities and benefits of collaboration in an inclusive and sustainable manner.’

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